Jacob was born and raised in Montgomery, AL. He received an Associate of Applied Business in Legal Assisting from the University of Northwestern Ohio in 2018. He then graduated from Faulkner University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies. Jacob earned his Juris Doctor from Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in 2023. While in law school, Jacob obtained a certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution.
After finishing his Montgomery Catholic High School baseball career as a Montgomery Advertiser All Metro Pitcher and a year as a relief pitcher at Southern Union State Community College where he earned the Pinnacle Academic Achievement Award for Baseball, Jacob joined the Lima Locos summer collegiate league baseball team in Lima, Ohio as a pitcher. The Locos ended their summer season as the second team in the League. Jacob transferred in the fall of 2016 to the University of Northwestern Ohio (UNOH) with the team completing the 2017 season as WHAC Conference Regular Season and Conference Tournament Champions. Jacob Pitched for the Lima Locos again in the summer of 2017 where the team finished the summer as League Champions. In 2018, Jacob was named a WHAC Pitcher of the Week, WHAC Conference All Conference Team Relief Pitcher and a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete. He was also named a member of the WHAC Conference All Academic Baseball Team and the NAIA colleges All American Baseball Team. While pitching for UNOH in 2018 as a reliever and the team’s closer, UNOH competed in their first ever NAIA World Series appearance. He transferred to Faulker University in the fall of 2018 as a starting pitcher and pitched in his second NAIA World Series in 2019. Jacob finished his collegiate baseball career with a 10-3 record, 15 saves, 3.49 ERA, and 118 strikeouts pitching 108 innings.
Jacob began his practice in October 2023, and his practice focuses on representing the interests of insurers and corporate clients in both first-party and third-party litigation.
Jacob lives in Montgomery. He is admitted to practice in Alabama.